We are headed into the coldest and darkest months of the year. This is the time of year when I try to lean on my favorite units to help keep me excited to be in the classroom even when it’s cold outside! As TPT hosts the Cyber Monday (and TUESDAY) sale this year, I hope you will find things that help you power through the winter… at the best prices of the year! Bundle Up for even bigger savings!

Looking for music to put a little pep in your step? Try this musical magic bundle. Read more here.

Looking for quick and easy sub plans or blizzard bag activities? Try this cultural corner bundle!

Need movie talks? These Level 1, Level 2, or Level 3/4/AP bundles may be just what you need!

Need some games to keep their blood pumping when the room gets cold? Try this review game bundle!

There is NO better time that now to get a full semester of content built around the sustainable development goals than during the sale! Try the Sustainable Development Goal Super Duper Bundle!

Not ready to Bundle Up? Here are three recommendations for individual lessons.

No matter the age of your students, I can’t recommend this Lily and the Snowman movie talk enough. It is part of the level 1 bundle but is very easy to adapt to use with upper levels!

If you’ve tried Mar de plástico (or even if you haven’t), I recommend trying Basura cero. This engaging unit encourages students to examine the amount of waste they produce and challenges them to reduce their footprint!

Need new songs of the week? These new two were huge hits with my Spanish 2-4 students! Invencible by ChocQuibTown and Vas a quedarte by Aitana.

As we roll into a new year, I hope that Somewhere to Share can make your planning a little easier. I thank you so much for supporting my passion for content based in sustainability!

Keep up with contests and new products by following @somewhere.2.share on Instagram and on TPT and by liking Somewhere to Share page on Facebook!


  1. Hi, are only the BUNDLES for sale in your TPT store? I was looking for some individual products.

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